Paramus Police Department
Lindsay Kimble
April 05, 2015 04:55 PM

The suspect is in custody!

After receiving multiple calls about a goat “head butting a door” in Paramus, New Jersey, the local police department responded quickly to capture the “disorderly” animal on Saturday.

The Paramus Police Department shared a picture of the goat with Paramus officer Jonathan Henderson on their Facebook page. Henderson, and several other officers, corralled the goat after finding him running around shortly after 5 p.m., Saturday. The adorable animal was nabbed in the roadway near the victim – that poor door!

The goat, who suffered no injuries during the incident, has been turned over to local Tyco Animal Control, but Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg told NJ.com they are still looking for the animal’s owner.

The police department said anyone with information about the goat should call the department at 201-262-3400.

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